In a few days, Baltimore will be abuzz with people from all over the nation. They will be in a conversation that you should be a part of. Answer a few quick questions to find out what this conversation has to do with you: Do you work for a nonprofit (leader, employee, volunteer)? Are you … Continue reading Why You Should Not Wait Another Day to Join this Conversation
Let’s get something straight from the beginning. Running a nonprofit is no small feat. Due to the business structure of nonprofits, their leaders have many tricky nuisances to navigate. Keeping the nonprofit in compliance with government rules and regulations is not for the faint of heart. The list of things to do while operating a … Continue reading Three Lessons Retailers can Teach Nonprofits About End of Year Fundraising
Join us – Nonprofit Leaders: executive directors, officers, development staff, board members, etc. Find out why your nonprofit should have a Planned Giving Program. This event will provide attendees with a straight-forward, lighthearted approach to the topic. Learn about the benefits of planned giving as another way to fundraise – for the upkeep of your nonprofit organization, to … Continue reading The ABCs of Planned Giving for Nonprofits: What Your Nonprofit Should Know
Is there a topic that you want to learn more about? During a recent discussion about "Blogging for Lawyers,” I had an aha moment. Here it is: Ask followers, connections, network members and others what topics are of interest to them. Seeking input from readers is not a new idea, but it has never been done on this … Continue reading What Ideas Should an Estate Planning Attorney Blog About?
Are you curious about Planned Giving and how your nonprofit can get started with a program? If so, I have prepared a presentation for an upcoming event and I would like to share it with you. Click the link below to get your free download (pdf): The Five Ws of Planned Giving: Who is involved … Continue reading The Five Ws of Planned Giving for Your Nonprofit
The Overlooked Fundraising Gem: Planned Giving If you are involved with a nonprofit – 501(c)(3) organization, listen up: Executive Directors, Development Directors, Church Leaders, Faith Based Leadership, Board Members, Donors and Supporters. Planned giving (click here for free eBook) is a form of fundraising that has adjusted to trends in charitable giving for generations. Through … Continue reading The Overlooked Fundraising Gem: Planned Giving
Mark you calendar and set your alarm for the event below: July 31, 2014 -10:30 am -12 pm – Come and join Aquanetta J. Betts, Esquire and the Ad Hoc Committee on Nonprofit Organizations at the National Bar Association’s 89th Annual Convention & Exhibits in Atlanta. … Continue reading The Countdown Begins – 21 Days Until the Ad Hoc Committee on Nonprofit Organization’s Seminar – The National Bar Association’s 89th Annual Convention & Exhibits in Atlanta
This post was edited on 9/10/17. After watching the nation deal with the challenges of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, I was moved to share information on giving and what it means to different folks. Why we give is personal: victim of a natural disaster, affected by an illness, family member suffers with an ailment, generous … Continue reading Giving Comes in Many Shapes and Sizes: What Fits Your Style?
Aquanetta J. Betts, Esquire, is one of the presenters at the National Bar Association’s 89th Convention in Atlanta, Georgia: The Nonprofit Organizations Committee’s presentation is slated to be a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Seminar on July 31, 2014, with CLE credits available: Non-Profit Mergers and Acquisitions: A Survival Strategy for African American Institutions Objective: Information … Continue reading Aquanetta J. Betts, Esquire, is one of the presenters at the National Bar Association’s 89th Convention in Atlanta, Georgia